Comparing Reynaers CP 155 with CP 130 Sliding Doors

CP 130 and CP 155 sliding doors are popular sliding doors of Reynaers. Both systems are very similar but there are some differences. 


Visible width

CP 130 is slimmer than CP 155 sliding door. Also the frame depth of CP 130 is less than CP 155’s depth.

Opening types

Both door systems are available with various opening options. The opening options include monorail, duo-rail, 3-rail and multi-rails.

Maximum door size

When comparing in terms of sizes, the CP 155 door system gives a more freedom in terms of design by allowing very large dimensions up to 3 meters in height and up to a vent weight of 400 kg.

The maximum hight for element is the main difference between two systems. If your door opening hight is more than 2.7 m, you have to choose the CP 155 sliding door.

Automatic solution

Automatic opening solutions provide maximal comfort. CP 155 sliding doors are available with motorized version with remote control.

Threshold solutions

Glass options

Thermal insulation

In terms of thermal insulation, both systems are thermally broken profile systems. CP 155 has an additional 25mm in depth of the frame, larger thermal breaks and thicker glazing units, so it has better overall U-values than CP 130.

Both sliding door systems can be upgraded to High Insulation (HI) in order to achieve even better insulation values, which makes the system suitable for low energy buildings. A specific variant of CP 155 monorail has even achieved the Swiss Minergie® component label.

For Reynaers CP 130 HI-variants (High Insulation), extra insulation gaskets (foam tape) is applied between the profile and glass to enhance the thermal performance.

Comfort performance

In terms of wind load, CP 155 doors have better comfort performance than CP 130 sliding doors.

Safety performance